This week, two of my favorite jazz acts are taking Boston by storm: Snarky Puppy and Medeski, Martin & Wood. I'll be going to the Snarky Puppy show on Wednesday and let me tell you, get your tickets now if you want to experience the most recent and influential jazz, funk, fusion collective to come out of New York. These guys are incredible!
But if jazz isn't really your bag, no worries, there's still plenty of amazing concerts to go check out. Here are my music recommendations. Go out and get entertained!
Propaghandi & Comeback Kid – Tuesday, Oct. 2 – The Middle East (Cambridge)
Snarky Puppy – Tuesday, Oct. 2 & Wednesday, Oct. 3 – Red Room @Café 939 (Boston)
Porter Robinson and Zedd – Tuesday, Oct. 2 – Royale (Boston)
Sean Paul – Wednesday, Oct. 3 – Paradise Rock Club (Boston)
Medeski, Martin & Wood – Friday, Oct. 5 – Jordan Hall (Boston)
Alabama Shakes – Friday, Oct. 5 – House of Blues (Boston)
Dispatch & Good Old War – Saturday, Oct.6 – Agganis Arena (Boston)
To check out other incredible concerts sweeping Boston and Worcester this week click here!
Boston has always been an artistic city. It’s an urban landscape filled with culture, youth and passion. Like any metropolitan city, the theater is a fixture. Boston stakes claim to one of the oldest theater cultures in the country, and although it’s no Broadway, still plays host to many of the most notable shows and performances in modern day.
A night out at the theater is an experience like no other, especially given the large range of historic theaters in the city: The Strand, Charles Playhouse, Orpheum Theater, and the Colonial Theater. There’s an essence of romance and nostalgia at the theater. It’s as if you’re subconsciously having a historic experience knowing that the theater is an ancient form of entertainment that has stayed relatively the same over time. I mean we still watch Shakespeare for instance, and that guys old as hell!
The few times I’ve gone to the theater I always feel swanky, as if I should be sporting a top hat and a twirly mustache with a monocle, smoking a Sherlock Holmes esque’ pipe and engaging in elaborate conversations about vintage scotches. There’s a sense of luxury that comes with going to the theater, and it’s something we desire.
Any one of our limos or sedans would be perfect for a classy night out at the theater. They’re sleek, luxurious, warm and comforting, and will definitely have the artisan Bostonites turning heads and wondering who the high roller in the decked out limo is (this would be the perfect time to emerge from the car with the full top hat, mustache, monocle ensemble…just sayin). If being a little flashy is your style check out our cars. But either way, get out to the theater and go get entertained!
Check out these amazing shows on the theater docket in Boston!
Jersey Boys, Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre (Boston, MA)
The national tour of Jersey Boys comes to Boston's Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre. Broadway's biggest success story goes behind the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons to follow the rags-to-rock-to-... Learn More.
The Sound of Music Sing Along and Costume Contest
Regent Theatre (Arlington, MA)
If you've ever felt the uncontrollable urge to burst into song while watching your favorite musicals, then this sing-along to The Sound of Music is for you. The evening begins with your host leading you... Learn More.
Spank! The Fifty Shades of Pardoy Spoofs the Best-Selling Novel
Wilbur Theatre (Boston, MA)
To see more amazing shows and different Boston theater performances click here!
Check out our Sprinters! These badboys are ideal for parties of 8-12 looking to have a fun night out on the town! If you're heading to the club, a concert or even the theatre, its bound to add some flare to your nightlife. Outfitted with 2 tvs, surround sound system, led lights, a full bar and leather bench and captains chairs, you'll be sure to stand out!
I can't even handle the amount of incredible concerts that are hitting Boston this week! Minus the Bear and Two Door Cinema Club expecially. Check them out and go get entertained!
Steve Aoki - Wednesday, Sept. 26 - The Palladium (Worcester)
Minus the Bear - Thursday, Sept. 27 - Brighton Music Hall (Allston)
Melany Gardot - Thursday, Sept. 27 - Berklee Performance Center (Boston)
Dada Life - Thursday, Sept. 27 - Wonderland Entertainment Complex (Revere)
Coheed and Cambria - Friday, Sept 28 - The Palladium (Worcester)
Powerman 5000 - Friday, Sept. 27 - The Middle East (Cambridge)
Jack White - Friday, Sept. 28 - Agganis Arena (Boston)
Boston Symphony Orchestra - Friday, Sept. 28 & Saturday, Sept. 29 - Symphony Hall (Boston)
The Wallflowers - Saturday, Sept. 29 - Paradise Rock Club (Boston)
Two Door Cinema Club - Sunday, Sept. 30 - House of Blues (Boston)
This week is full of live music in Worcester and Boston! I can’t even handle the quality of shows coming to Mass. If you’re not getting out and experiencing some live music this week you’re missing out. Because there are so many concerts I’ve listed below my suggestions for shows to go see. These are bound to be incredible!
For a full list of Massachusetts concerts be sure to follow the links below!
Le Limo's Concert List
Monday 31 December 2012 – Tuesday 01 January 2013
New Year's Eve 2012 DJ Breeazy
Royale Boston, MA, US
Tuesday 01 January 2013
Royal Ram Boston, MA, US
Gay Kiss, Last Words, Ancient Filth, and Necklacing
Lizard Lounge Cambridge, MA, US
The Tavern at the End of the World Charlestown, MA, US
The Middle East Downstairs Cambridge, MA, US
Wednesday 02 January 2013
Brothers McCann Dan Blakeslee
Club Passim Cambridge, MA, US
Serious Jack Tall Boys, The Ghost of Vigoda, and Blue Light Bandits
The Middle East Downstairs Cambridge, MA, US
The Burren Backroom Somerville, MA, US
T John Cadrin
The Plough And Stars Cambridge, MA, US
Church of Boston Boston, MA, US
Here at Le Limo we love food. We order to the office and sneak out to restaurants for lunch whenever we get a chance and we’re always looking for the next greatest restaurant in Worcester. We’ve been to Via, The Sole Proprietor, Baba and Mezcal but we wanted something new. Something different that would make our taste buds scream. Well we found it at Armsby Abbey on Main Street near the courthouse.
If you’re a food and beer lover, Armsby will make you cry sweet tears of happiness. With only nine tables in the old style British pub, Armsby is quaint, intimate and organic, literally. Not only does the place have a natural, rustic feel, but also, all the food is organically grown at local farms, ensuring the finest quality for its patrons. Most of the beer is local too coming from small craft breweries in New England. The bartender that served me was incredible and I was astonished about how knowledgeable she was. After pouring my beer from the unmarked row of taps (really cool) she divulged into a long story and analysis about the brew. I learned more about Belgian IPA’s just from that one beer than I have drinking anywhere else. Drinking beer at Armsby is like basking in a fountain of sweet gold on mount Olympus. It’s magical!
While the beer is phenomenal, the food is by far the highlight. Armsby has a huge variety of cheese platters, which are paired with their different beers on tap. But the food, oh the food! Most of it’s pretty basic; sandwiches, burgers, salads, flat bread pizzas and some apps. I ordered the grilled cheese and let me tell you, it redefined my perspective on the sandwich. Made with local Gouda and white cheddar, they fill the cheesy delight with smoked bacon, spinach and the coup de gras, peaches from Tougas Farm in Northborough. Now if you’re thinking, “ew peaches that sounds weird”, you need to get out of the shadows and live a little. It’s amazing! Everything paired perfectly together and each ingredient complimented the other. The bread was golden brown and the cheese warm and gooey, the perfect grilled cheese. The sandwich came with a simple side salad of fresh greens and radishes with a lemon vinaigrette. It was perfect to cleanse the pallet, making every bite of grilled cheese feel like the first time.
I highly recommend Armsby Abbey to anyone looking to have an incredible gastronomic experience. In my opinion it’s some of the best food for the price in Worcester. My sandwich cost $12 and was worth every penny. It accommodates all ages and anyone can find something they like. So check it out, I promise you’ll walk out with a full belly and a smile on your face!
We want to help you maximize your fun intake! Tune in to our blog at the beginning of every week to get updates about all the major concerts in Boston and Worcester. Why live the dull life of going to work, coming home, playing with your cat before eating half a carton of Ben & Jerry’s and passing out before 9pm? Get out in the world and get entertained!
Check the links below for a complete list of every concert coming to Boston and Worcester this week!
We've been getting a lot of requests about our trolley so we figured we'd give you a tour of our historic looking bus!